Sex and Censorship: What Recent Attacks on Online Sex Discussions Have to Do With Your Blog

Here's what is at stake: Recent censorship of online discussions of sex and pornography -- not the porn itself, but discussions -- isn't an issue of us versus them, morality versus indecency, conservatives versus liberals, believers versus atheists. This is a matter of freedom to speak, freedom to congregate, freedom to learn about ourselves and to share that knowledge. That's what this country stands for and it's essential that those of us who believe in these tenets take a stance against those seeking to oppress them. ...more

Your questioning the veracity of the statements put forth uncovered some very valid points, ...more

Thoughts on Sex 2.0 past, present, and future

I can hardly believe that Sex 2.0 is less than two weeks away. I’m looking forward to plotting and scheming - I mean, catching up - with farflung friends, some of whom I’ve known for years and some of whom I met for the first time IRL at last year’s Sex 2.0. I’m also excited to finally meet some of my other internet nerd-crushes; Monica Shores, Nikol Hasler, Sarah Dopp, Maria Diaz, just to name a few. ...more

Now as for things that I feel passionately about…

Briefly, because I have to wrap a few things up before I leave the office and head home to get ready for pole dancing class... which is particularly timely given some of the links I'm about to provide. ...more